Adobe has extended at-home student access to Creative Cloud until 14 August

Adobe has announced that it is ceasing at-home access to Creative Cloud on 14 August. However, London Met students can use the AppsAnywhere program, providing access to all the software on University PCs, without needing to have the applications installed on your own device. It’s a bit like Netflix, but for software.

The AppsAnywhere program provides access to applications such as: SPSS, Matlab, Adobe Creative Cloud, NVIVO, Visual Studio and Unity, with many more being added all the time. Eventually, most of the 400+ applications available on campus will be accessible via AppsAnywhere.


London Met's RemoteLab lets you use the powerful computers in our labs on campus remotely from a PC, laptop or Mac at home. This means you can run graphic or processor intensive applications at full speed even if your own device isn't very powerful. RemoteLab is accessed through AppsAnywhere.

How to use

To use this new software, you will need a laptop, PC or Mac; a stable internet connection; and your University username and password. Here’s a how-to guide to get set-up on AppsAnywhere and RemoteLab